BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group) with One Architecture, Starr Whitehouse, James Lima Planning + Development, Project Projects, Green Shield Ecology, AEA Consulting, Level Agency for Infrastructure, Arcadis, and the Parsons School of Constructed Environments
HR&A Advisors, Inc. with Cooper, Robertson & Partners; Grimshaw Architects; Alamo Architects; Langan Engineering; W Architecture; Hargreaves Associates; and Urban Green Council
Interboro Partners with Apex; Bosch Slabbers; Center for Urban Pedagogy; David Rusk; Deltares; H+N+S Landscape Architects; IMG Rebel; NJIT Infrastructure Planning Program; Palmbout Urban Landscapes; Project Projects; and TU Delft
MIT CAU + ZUS + URBANISTEN with Deltares; 75B; and Volker Infra Design
OMA with Royal HaskoningDHV; Balmori Associates; and HR&A Advisors
PennDesign / OLIN with HR&A Advisors, eDesign Dynamics, Level Infrastructure, Barretto Bay Strategies, McLaren Engineering Group, Philip Habib & Associates, Buro Happold
Sasaki Associates with Rutgers University and ARUP
SCAPE/LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE with Parsons Brinckerhoff, Dr. Philip Orton / Stevens Institute of Technology, Ocean & Coastal Consultants, SeArc Ecological Consulting, LOT-EK, MTWTF, The Harbor School and Paul Greenberg.
Waggonner and Ball, unabridged Architecture, and the Gulf Coast Community Design Studio bring 24 years of combined experience living in, working with, and designing for disaster-affected communities along the Gulf Coast of the United States. Yale’s Urban Ecology and Design Laboratory and ARCADIS provide additional expertise in ecology, urban and landscape design, coastal engineering, and stormwater management, as well as specific knowledge of the Long Island Sound and the Northeast Atlantic region.
Dr. Alan Blumberg, Dr. Sergey Vinogradov, Dr. Thomas Herrington, Stevens Institute of Technology; Daniel Hitchings, ARCADIS; Andrew Kao, AIR Worldwide; Kate John-Alder, Rutgers University; Kei Hayashi, BJH Advisors; Maxine Griffith, Griffith Planning & Design; Yeju Choi, NowHere Office; William Morrish, Parsons the New School for Design; Jesse Keenan, CURE.